Info Session

Find Out About CASA

Step forward to help a child who needs a voice in SLO County.CASA Volunteers are friends of the court who objectively represent childrens’ best interest while they navigate the San Luis Obispo County Court system.

STEP 1:

Recommend Attending an Information Session

CASA of San Luis Obispo County Information Sessions describe the volunteer program and the process to become a volunteer advocate. You will learn more about CASA, the volunteer role and the training program.

2019 Information Meeting Schedule

We welcome you to attend an Information Session to learn more about volunteering at CASA.
Please RSVP by calling our office at (805) 541-6542 or emailing us at Staff@slocasa.org.

April

10

23

24

6:30 pm – Starbucks, 3971 S. Higuera Street, San Luis Obispo

1 pm – CASA Office, 75 Higuera Street, Suite 180, San Luis Obispo

6:30 pm – Starbucks, 924 W. Branch, Arroyo Grande

May

8

28

6:30 pm – Starbucks, 581 W. Tefft Street, Nipomo

1 pm – CASA Office, 75 Higuera Street, Suite 180, San Luis Obispo

June

12

25

6:30 pm – Starbucks, 3971 S. Higuera Street, San Luis Obispo

1 pm – CASA Office, 75 Higuera Street, Suite 180, San Luis Obispo

INFO SESSION RSVP

STEP 2:

Submit an application

The application to become a CASA volunteer is distributed during the Information Sessions, can be downloaded, or completed online. After submitting your application, we will contact you for a personal interview. We also conduct complete background checks on all volunteers.

STEP 3:

Volunteer Training

CASA provides the training required in order to be sworn in as a CASA volunteer. Trainings are held in San Luis Obispo and in North County. You will need to complete all 36 hours of training prior to being sworn in. Some of these hours are completed online.

STEP 4:

Swearing In

STEP 5:

Be Assigned a Child to Help

STEP 6:

Meet Child

STEP 7:

Advocate

We are grateful for our sponsors & volunteers generosity and the relationships we have developed over the years

"I volunteer at because a CASA advocate is empowered to be a friend".

"I volunteer because
kids matter".

"I volunteer because I want to help make a difference".